Clare Roses have one eye on Tralee

Clare Roses have one eye on Tralee


ROSE OF TRALEEThe Clare Rose Of Tralee Centre presents the “Clare Rose selection event 2016” at The Inn at Dromoland Hotel, Newmarket, this Saturday night from 7:30pm.

The chosen representative will receive a collection of prizes, and will represent County Clare in the extended international Rose of Tralee festival this August.

MC on the nights will be Clare’s own RTE presenter Colm Flynn.

Clare Roses:
Leah Kenny – Ennis Electrical Expert – 22 – Ballymacahill, Barefield
Dervla Clohessy – Siege of Ennis – 26 – Ardnacrusha
Lynn Hanrahan – Temple Gate Hotel – 25 – Ballynacally
Sarah Brew – Martin Brew Plant Hire – 25 – Kilrush
Natasha Hynes – Charlie Mc Enery Motor Service Ltd – 26 – Ruan
Shauna Behan – Clare Crusaders – 22 – Ennis
Doireann Wylde – County Boutique – 25 – Ennis
Tracy Murray – K&A Electrical Kilrush / – 23 – Clounlaheen Mullagh
Jennifer Loughnane – The Shibeen – 26 – Doora
Kate Manning – Medical Accounting Services – 27 – Meelick,
Miriam McCarthy – Munster Group – 23 – Mullagh
Tina O’ Dwyer – The Vanity Booth / Hair by Ali – 21 – Sixmilebridge,
Amy Nix – Dromoland Castle – 24 – Quin

Founder and Editor, Mark Dunphy established The Clare Herald in December 2007. The native of Connolly, County Clare, is also founder/operator of Dunphy Public Relations and Irish Weather Online. His media career began in 1999 when he commenced employment with Clare FM after securing a degree in Media & Communications and History from Mary Immaculate College. In 2005, he departed the position of Head of News and Current Affairs to establish Dunphy Public Relations.